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Recycling Used CD’s / DVD’s

Project supervisors: Mr. Wiemann, Dr. Steck

 

The Objects:

used CD’s and DVD’s

The Objectives:

Collection for material recycling

The data layer of used CD’s and DVD’s is removed and the CD’s and DVD’s are then granulated. The polycarbonate granules can then be used again in production processes. This results in a substantial protection of resources

Organization:

Department of Environmental Protection, Albertstr. 23c, 0761-203-7980

Procedure:

Collection spindles are provided at various locations in the university. At the bottom of this page you will find a list of collection points and contact persons.

As far as data protection is concerned, every person is responsible for their own data. It is sufficient to scratch the underside of the CD or DVD with a sharp object (such as a pair of scissors), preferably crosswise. Before the marking on the spindle has been reached, the stack should be taped up and placed in a carton from our contract partner for paper delivery.

Please send full cartons by internal mail to the Department of Environmental Protection, Albertstr. 23c
e-Mail: kontakt@umweltschutz.uni-freiburg.de

PLEASE CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS

 


List of Collection Points

 

Department

Contact Person

Telephone

Central Mail Room

Mr. Grafmüller

203 - 4431

Dept. of Environmental Cons.

Mr. Wiemann

203 - 7971

Fahnenbergplatz

Mr. Stiensmeier

203 - 4270

Institute of Physical Education

Mr. Dägele

203 - 4545

Biology II/III - janitor’s room

Mr. Buttenmüller / Mr. Doroci

203 - 2846

University Library

Mr. Ruppert

203 - 3906

Computing Center – counter

Mr. Warnecke

203 - 4608

Weismann House

Ms. Ikker

203 - 4319

Herderbau Mail Room

Mr. Müller / Mr. Kern

203 - 7991

Physics Highrise

Mr. Wiessler

203 - 5746

Airfield Mail Room

Mr. Martin

203 - 7071

Engelberger Str. 41
1st floor next to elevator

Mr. Nowak

203 - 9435

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